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In Brief: South Korean delegation

In Brief: South Korean delegation

A DELEGATION from the Ministry of

Knowledge Economy of South Korea led by deputy Minister Kim Jung-gwan

is to visit Cambodia from Sunday to Tuesday, according to a statement

from the South Korean embassy in Phnom Penh on Tuesday. The embassy

said the visit aims to exchange views on Korea-Cambodia energy resource

cooperation prior to the signing of a bilateral memorandum of

understanding. The document is scheduled to be signed when Prime

Minister Hun Sen meets with the South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in

Seoul during an official visit planned for this June. The visiting

South Korean delegation will also join the Korea-Cambodia energy forum

in Phnom Penh on Monday, said the press release.

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